Clymene


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Clymene

(klĭm`ənē), in Greek mythology. 1 Daughter of the Titan Oceanus. The wife of Iapetus, she bore him Atlas, Prometheus, Epimetheus, and Menoetius. 2 Nymph, wife of Helios and mother of Phaëthon.
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(15) who with the lord Apollo and the Rivers have youths in their keeping -- to this charge Zeus appointed them -- Peitho, and Admete, and Ianthe, and Electra, and Doris, and Prymno, and Urania divine in form, Hippo, Clymene, Rhodea, and Callirrhoe, Zeuxo and Clytie, and Idyia, and Pasithoe, Plexaura, and Galaxaura, and lovely Dione, Melobosis and Thoe and handsome Polydora, Cerceis lovely of form, and soft eyed Pluto, Perseis, Ianeira, Acaste, Xanthe, Petraea the fair, Menestho, and Europa, Metis, and Eurynome, and Telesto saffron-clad, Chryseis and Asia and charming Calypso, Eudora, and Tyche, Amphirho, and Ocyrrhoe, and Styx who is the chiefest of them all.
507-543) Now Iapetus took to wife the neat-ankled mad Clymene, daughter of Ocean, and went up with her into one bed.
She threw a white mantle over her head, and hurried from her room, weeping as she went, not alone, but attended by two of her handmaids, Aethrae, daughter of Pittheus, and Clymene. And straightway they were at the Scaean gates.
Have we not seen, or by relation heard, In courts and regal chambers how thou lurk'st, In wood or grove, by mossy fountain-side, In valley or green meadow, to waylay Some beauty rare, Calisto, Clymene, Daphne, or Semele, Antiopa, Or Amymone, Syrinx, many more Too long--then lay'st thy scapes on names adored, Apollo, Neptune, Jupiter, or Pan, Satyr, or Faun, or Silvan?
"I also saw Maera and Clymene and hateful Eriphyle, who sold her own husband for gold.
Until recently the old ISIS Arts plaque was still on the wall outside the offices in Charlotte Square, Newcastle, occupied by executive director Clymene Christoforou and her small team.
Synopsis: After Laoise watches her father, Abiageal, die when she was merely six years old, her mother, Clymene, regrettably cannot continue to take care of her.
The conference comes to Tyneside T after a determined pitch by Clymene Christoforou, co-founder of Newcastlebased Isis Arts, and Julia Bell, national and North East coordinator of the Contemporary Visual Arts Network.
A study published this year on the clymene dolphin, a small and sleek marine mammal found in the tropical and subtropical waters of the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico, shows that this species arose through natural hybridization between two closely related dolphin species.
(Apollo's music suggestively falls on Clymene's ear in a way that recalls the temporal deadlock even as it seems to imply its aesthetic resolution: "A living death ...
Wilmarth - Clymene Wilmarth, 96, of Eugene, died March 12.
Around August 22, 1891, he wrote, "I went to Paris this morning to collect and send you the song ["A Clymene"] but yet again my copyist is late!